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Mar 30

3-D Recipes on Food.com

3-D Recipes on Food.com
Check Out Our Top 3-D Recipes

We have exciting news, Food.com fans! In the next several weeks, we will be converting all of our recipe images to 3-D images. Using cutting edge photographic technology, we’re starting the process of updating our thousands of member-submitted recipes to be 3-D. Over the next several weeks, the recipes you love will be enhanced to feature 3-D IMAGES.

To get a sneak preview at this exciting new enhancement, CLICK HERE for a gallery of some of our favorite recipes with new 3-D images.

There’s a catch: You’ll need a pair of special glasses to view these photos in all of their glory. And we’re giving them away for free! CLICK HERE to get your TOTALLY FREE pair of FOOD.COM 3-D glasses for the most amazing food experience you’ve ever had on the net.

Mar 26

Finding Recipes Gets Even Easier

We’re excited to announce that we’re taking the first step in making our site search experience even better. Beginning tomorrow, we’re simplifying your search experience on Food.com so you can find the stuff you want even quicker. With this change, we’re making it one click easier to find recipes, ingredients, and members — the searches our members use most — directly from the search bar.

Food.com Search Enhancements

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Jan 12

Member of the Month: Shirl (J) 831

Behind our yummy recipes, reviews and photos are creative cooks, crafters, photographers and food lovers. This month we’re spending time with Shirl (J) 831!

Shirl (J) 831

Born in Alberta, Canada and now living in Eastern North Carolina, Shirl (J) 831 is a Food.com veteran. A forum host and low-fat and healthy eating advocate, she found the time to sit through our Q&A so we could get to know her a bit better and find out her food (and Food.com!) favorites.

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Dec 9

Member of the Month: IngridH

Behind our yummy recipes, reviews and photos are creative cooks, crafters, photographers and food lovers. This month we’re spending time with IngridH!

IngridH

Born and raised in the Seattle area, this accountant is also a gardener, hiker, camper and snowshoer – and, of course, cook!

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Nov 20

Thanksgiving Planning: The Final Countdown

We’re into the final week and there are only a few days till the big day! Here is a final checklist — broken down by days to go — to keep you cool, calm and collected. You can do it!
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Nov 14

Thanksgiving Planning: 10 Days to Turkey Day

Only 10 days to go! Now’s the time to finalize the plan and prep your kitchen, do your initial shopping run, practice any tricky dishes and get to work on your decor.

 

What you can do now…

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Nov 7

Thanksgiving Planning: 3 Weeks to Turkey Day

You’ve got 17 days until T-Day! Worried your goose (err, turkey) is cooked? Don’t stress. We’ve gathered some next steps to take. Follow them and it’ll be gravy from today till the bird comes out of the oven.

 

What you can do now…

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Nov 4

Member of the Month: ChamoritaMomma

Behind our yummy recipes, reviews and photos are creative cooks, crafters, photographers and food lovers. This month we’re spending time with ChamoritaMomma!

ChamoritaM0mma

Raised on the Mariana Islands and based in Tennessee, this Chamorro mother and wife is all about her family and roots—and lucky for us, that includes tasty Chamorro dishes, a melting pot of Spanish, Filipino and Japanese influences, among others. She found the time to sit through our Q&A so we could get to know her a bit better and find out her food (and Food.com!) favorites.

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Nov 1

Thanksgiving Planning: 4 Weeks to Turkey Day

Vera's Roast Turkey Breast
Hosting Thanksgiving this year? Okay, deep breathe. It’s never too early to start thinking about the season’s biggest meal and we’re here to help. No, you don’t need to start pre-heating the oven just yet, but you can use these early weeks of November to get your Turkey Day plan prepped.

Check back into our Happenings blog each week for your essential next steps.

 

What you can do now…

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Oct 20

Our New Look: We Got a Facelift!

If you haven’t noticed (although how could you not?!), Food.com just got a makeover and we’re now lighter, brighter and sporting fun new colors!

We wanted to give you a sunnier, happier home to hang out in with all your fellow cooks. We’re also debuting a new tagline: Home of the Home Cook. This is to celebrate you and all your great contributions over the last 12 years — from our early days as Cookpoint to our life as Recipezaar and now as Food.com. Your recipes, photos and more have made us the largest — and best! — community recipe site in the world!

But don’t worry — our look is shiny and new, but all your favorite recipes, cookbooks, members, games and forums are still right where you need them. We didn’t move any tools or menus or change how things function.

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